Books

Strategy

How to be a global city that's not a victim of its own success

Berrone, Pascual; Ricart, Joan Enric; Duch T-Figueras, Ana Isabel No one wants to become the next Venice, where residents feel trampled by overtourism. The key for any global city is to prevent its international outreach from destroying the local quality of life. Read article
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility

A roadmap for ethical excellence

Melé, Domènec Domènec Melé updates and expands his core text on business ethics to offer a practical, people-centered guide to promoting human excellence in organizations. Read article
Information Technologies

In a world of artificial intelligence, management is more important than ever

Canals, Jordi; Heukamp, Franz AI is the new IT. A book featuring experts from around the world, edited by Jordi Canals and Franz Heukamp, looks at what the AI revolution means to the future of management -- and leadership -- as strategy, organizational design, HR and marketing are redefined. Read article
Leadership and People Management

The power of coaching to improve your daily life

Ribera, Alberto; Mc Farlane, Alan; Plamenova, Nia Part science, part art, executive coaching offers clients a broader perspective for professional and personal improvement. A new book walks through seven key moments to show how coaching works and what it can do for you. Read article
Finance

5 golden rules to avoid M&A disaster

Fernandes, Nuno Nuno Fernandes' new book, The Value Killers: How Mergers and Acquisitions Cost Companies Billions--And How to Prevent It, offers research-backed advice to save companies from M&A havoc. Read article

Latest IESE documents

Cities and International Outreach: The era of the global city Berrone, Pascual; Ricart, Joan Enric; Duch T-Figueras, Ana Isabel